Jonathan Rowe struggled to hide his disappointment at his hamstring injury but has vowed to come back better than ever for Norwich City. 

The winger is set for a couple of months on the sidelines after sustaining a 'serious' hamstring issue in the dying stages of the Canaries' 2-2 draw with QPR at Loftus Road last weekend. 

David Wagner confirmed that didn't require any surgery, but it does mean Norwich have lost their top scorer at a pivotal point of their Championship season. 

Rowe has been enjoying a breakthrough campaign at Carrow Road and has been taking time in London with relatives over the last few days to process the setback. 

"In all honesty, I'm still trying to get my head round it," a deflated Rowe told City's channels. "It's probably one of the worst times to get injured towards the business end of the season. 

"Especially when I've done so much, and the team have done so much up to this point to end up in this position. 

"I'm going to work to get back fit and back to where I was or even better - hopefully, that can come before the end of the season. I'm going to try my hardest in the gym and take my rehab serious and see how quickly this hamstring can heel. 

"We're on a good run of form right now. I think we can keep that going to cement our place in the play-offs. Then, I'll return and hopefully I can add my bit to what the team has already done to achieve our end goal."

Rowe was speaking after being awarded with January's Goal of the Month award for his winning strike their 1-0 victory at Hull last month. 

"I'm grateful even though it's a weird situation to be in with my injury. It's a nice positive to take in all this madness right now. 

"I was actually trying to be a bit unselfish and look for Josh Sargent but the defender did well to close him off. So I did the rest myself and thankfully it went into the back of the net. 

"I think the finish is more instinct. I didn't think too much with the whole motion. I don't think you can coach that."